What model S&W is Clint Eastwood using in the movie BLOOD WORK ???:confused:
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December 31, 2002, 10:56 AM
It looks like a performance center model. It is an 8 shot, N-frame with a non-standard barrel. I would like one as well.
January 1, 2003, 01:21 AM
It sure looks sweet.:ar15:
January 1, 2003, 12:27 PM
It's a 627 PC , 8-shot , 25/8" bbl , Millett sights . Lew Horton limited run they did a couple years ago .
We had 3 to sell in our store . I never gave them a thought until I saw the movie . Sitting in the theater , I noticed it and decided I needed one . Of course we had already sold them .
January 1, 2003, 01:49 PM
they made the first version for Lew Horton in 99 or 2000 then a batch of 5.5" direct through the performance center. Several variations followed. I got one of the 5" pc models and wrote it up for a defunct webzine that was actually a money laundering/ tax dodge scheme. It is still on the web achive/ wayback machine here:
note that it uses optional moon clips. It proved well enougth that they really can get 8 chambers lined up with the barrel. It shot great groups. Miculek can work one of these like a grease gun.